393. Bluebill Drake by Frank Baumgartner of Houghton Lake MI. Glass Eyes. A dainty smaller decoy probably used on calm and small waters. Fitted with a keel. In excellent original condition. 250-450 394. Canada Goose by the Mason Decoy Factory. Premier grade. Tight neck check and body checks along middle of the body and along the middle of the bottom. A check runs part way under the neck seam area. Paint is very good and original. Head is noticeably turned to one side. 2000-4500 395. Extremely rare Mason Factory Detroit grade glass eye surf scoter. In very good original paint including strong original identifying white patches on head. Baptized by a few shot. In average in use wear to the surface. Small circular inlet lead weight. Original white glass eyes which are anatomically correct for this species. Neck filler replaced and small in-factory checks on both sides professionally restored by Paul Fortin. To date, we have been told the only other known exactly like this example is in the Goodman collection. 1500-2500 393 396 395A. RARE pair of Dodge widgeon decoys c1880 in good old gunning condition. In what is all original or almost all original paint. Found in a small Cape Cod collection of decoys. 500-1000 396. Mason Factory Premier Mallard Drake. Old darkened paint, good gunning condition. Stamped in ink letters “WSEM” Substantial chip off top of tail. 200-400 394 395 395A detail detail 128 1194263 text.indd 128 6/20/19 11:50 AM 1194263 text_128 Page 128 28-Jun-19 Cyan Magenta Yellow Black